Konica Autoreflex T3 with 50mm f/1.8 and 135mm f/3.2 KIT
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Konica Autoreflex T3 SN: 919800
Konica Hexanon AR 50mm f/1.8 SN: 7103670
Konica Hexanon AR 135mm f/3.2 SN: 7435465
Konica 135mm Lens Case
The Autoreflex T3 is an improved Autoreflex T2, It moves the depth-of-field (DOF) preview (aperture-stop-down) function to the self-timer lever (push lever towards the lens for stop-down, push-button on lever-hub, and turn lever counter-clockwise to set the self-timer; the T2 DOF preview function was activated by a single function button located on the lower lens mount, activated by the photographer's right hand), and adds a Multiple Exposure (M.E.) switches integrated with the shutter-speed dial used in combination with the cocking-indicator (indicator green means the shutter is cocked, red means it isn't), as well as a wider range of selectable film-speeds (ISO 12–3200). As with the T2, both the aperture and shutter speed settings are visible in the viewfinder, which has improved brightness compared to earlier models. This model has its serial number engraved in the top plate's rear below the wind lever and a stamped and painted "T-3" between the rewind-lever and prism bump on the top (note the dash here vs. no dash on the front of the camera).
The Autoreflex T3"N" or "New" introduces iterative enhancements by replacing the earlier version's accessory hot-shoe with a fixed hot-shoe, adding a viewfinder-ocular shutter, and an optional split-image focusing-screen (that feature is indicated by a round sticker with a large letter "S" and the caption "split image" below the rewind-crank next to the viewfinder ocular on the top back of the camera). The T3N's serial number is painted and moves to the top of the top plate between the rewind-lever and prism-bump.
If the Autoreflex T/FTA and T"2"/"New" FTA established Konica SLR as a major and important brand, the T3 and T3"N" took this to a higher level. It is a completely redesigned camera with a number of improvements. The T3/T3"N" is described as "buttery smooth" in operation by many fans. It is also the last of the all-metal, full-size Konica. Highly durable, many remain in use today despite having little or no service attention over 30 or more years of use.
Both T3 and T3"N" can be found in either matte chrome and black enamel finish to its top and bottom plates, with the black version being rarer and more valuable.
In the final year or two of production, another version of the optional split-image focusing-screen became available, which featured the split image dot in the center and a "donut" of micro-diapirism around that, both of which were in the center of the matte focus screen. Models fitted with the special screen feature had a small silver tag stuck on the back with "S.I." printed on it. The final version of the focus screen became the standard on all subsequent Konica models (TC, T4, FP-1, FT-1, etc.)
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